Rabbi Lexi Erdheim Installation Weekend

Since she joined us last year, Rabbi Erdheim has already become an integral part of our community as a source of wisdom, fun, and inspiration. She has impressed us with her unique blend of refined Jewish insights, encyclopedic pop culture knowledge, and deep compassion and care for our congregants, community, and the world.

Weekend of February 3-4

Shabbat SongFest
Friday, February 3 at 5:30pm | Temple Beth El

Bring the whole family for a special Shabbat Songfest as we begin our congregational celebration weekend for Rabbi Erdheim’s installation! Families with young children get into the Shabbat spirit with Ms. Patty! Please note this event will be indoors.

Shabbat Evening Service with Installation of Rabbi Lexi Erdheim
Friday, February 3 at 6:00pm | Temple Beth El and Livestream

Please join us for a special Shabbat service where Rabbi Lexi Erdheim will be installed at Temple Beth El. We will be joined by special guest Rabbi Deborah Silver in a service that will bring the community together in celebration of our bright future together.

Babysitting will be available at no charge. Register by Tuesday, January 31.

Rabbi Lexi Erdheim Installation Shabbat Dinner
Friday, February 3 at 7:15pm | Temple Beth El

Having a new rabbi join us is an amazing simcha for our entire community. Please join us for a special congregational celebration dinner in honor of Rabbi Lexi Erdheim’s installation at Temple Beth El.

Register by Tuesday, January 31.

Torah Study with Special Guest Rabbi Deborah Silver
Saturday, February 4 at 9:00am | Temple Beth El and Zoom

Each Shabbat morning, we gather to read and discuss the week’s Torah portion. Our Torah study is warm and open to all. Join Rabbi Deborah Silver for a special Torah Study in honor of Rabbi Erdheim’s installation. No prior experience with Torah learning is necessary; just come as you are, with an open mind! Registration is requested, but is not required.

Havdalah with Rabbi Erdheim
Saturday, February 4 at 7:00pm | Catawba Brewery (933 Louise Ave #105, Charlotte, NC 28204)

Since she joined us last year, Rabbi Erdheim has already become an integral part of our community as a source of wisdom, fun, and inspiration. She has impressed us with her unique blend of refined Jewish insights, encyclopedic pop culture knowledge, and deep compassion and care for our congregants, community, and the world.  

Join us for a relaxed and fun gathering to toast Rabbi Erdheim and celebrate this special event with our community with havdalah and an evening of good drinks and good company. 

Register by Wednesday, February 1.